Mapping Migraciones

Birds and people connect across the hemisphere.

Graphic: Alex Tomlinson/Audubon

Birds have no borders and migrate thousands of miles every year.

Mapping Migraciones is a year-long project by Audubon California with National Audubon Society and Latino Outdoors celebrating Latinidad, migration, and the stories that connect us across the Americas.

The interactive map uses migratory bird data and stories from people like you to give us a full picture of how birds and people are connected through geography and culture. Want to deeper dive? Panels and discussions throughout the year will give you an opportunity to learn more about the joy of migration. Check-in throughout the year and watch the map grow to include more birds, migration patterns, and stories. 

Follow the migration stories to see how people and birds intersect as they make their way through the Americas.



Upcoming Webinars






What's Your Migration Path?

Take our survey for a chance to see your story on the Mapping Migraciones interactive map!



Previous Webinars and Events

Mapping Migraciones: Birding without Borders
February 4, 2021

Otillia Portillo Padua, director of the documentary Birders (2019), and members of Latino Outdoors discussed their experiences navigating the intersection between birding and national borders. 

Mapping Migraciones: Salton Sea, Selena, and Solidarity
March 18, 2021

In honor of Latino Advocacy Week, we talked about environmental justice and checked in with activists across the country fighting for a better environment every day, both on the ground working with members of the community, and through appealing to decision-makers with public advocacy. 

Meet Some of the Birds That Migrate

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